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c)      "As you mature emotionally (or mentally, or spiritually), you will grow out of your present way of thinking, and you will eventually come around to my point of view." d)     "You said 'feel' instead of 'think'. If you are feeling instead of thinking, I won't be able to  convince you with reason." e)      "Have I ever brought up the Kshs. 2,000 you owe me? Never! Have I ever embarrassed you or made you feel bad over it? Have I ever told you how much I need that money? No, I never have." f)       "I agree with everything you said except the conclusion. It doesn't make any sense to me, and I cannot accept it. I am trying, but your brain must work much differently than mine." g)      "Your problem is that you are thinking in a linear versus configurational framework." 2.1 REFERENCES Angeles, P.A., Ed. (1992).  The Harper Collins Dictionary of Philosophy . New York, Harper  Perennial. Bunnin, N. et al., Ed. (1996)  The Blackwell Companion to Philosophy . Oxford, Blackwell  Publishers Ltd.
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Hoffman, E. Ed. (1997)  Guidebook for Publishing Philosophy . Charlottesville, Philosophy  Documentation Center. Popkin, R.H. (1999).  The Columbia History of Western Philosophy . New York, Columbia  University Press. Namwambah T. (2007).  Elements and Pedagogy of Critical Thinking.  Nairobi: Dale Namwambah T. (2011).  Essentials of Critical and Creative Thinking.  Nairobi: Njigua Books Internet Sources   Last modified: Thursday, 23 November 2017, 12:49 PM Skip Navigation Navigation Home o My home o Site pages o My profile o Current course UCU103 Participants Badges Course Outline LESSON 2:CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING LESSON 3:TOOLS OF CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING LESSON 4:SOCRATES: ON SOCRATIC QUESTIONING METHOD LESSON 5:EDUCATION, IDENTITY AND SELF EXAMINATION LESSON 6:DECISION MAKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING LESSON 7:FALLACIES click here to open notes on Deductive & Induct... click here to open notes on Individuality LESSON 7:FALLACIES LESSON 8:ON LIBERTY OF THOUGHT AND INDIVIDUALITY LESSON 9:APPEARANCE AND REALITY LESSON 10:LOGIC LESSON 11:RENE DESCARTES: THINKING FOR ONESELF LESSON 12:BARRIERS TO CRITICAL AND CREATIVE THINKING GLOSSARY TO CRITICAL THINKING TERMS AND CONCEPTS o My courses
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o Courses Skip Administration Administration Course administration My profile settings 7.0 DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE REASONING Brian Skyrms By S O OWINO  INTRODUCTION  When we arrange various arguments into the standard logical form, we realize that there are  typically two types of logical reasoning that we normally engage in. Hence logic is conventionally  divided into deductive logic and inductive logic.
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